Salah wins Premier League Player of the Year award

Mohamed Salah

Salah wins Premier League Player of the Year award

Jurgen Klopp has a big challenge this weekend in keeping his Liverpool players focused on Brighton and Hove Albion as there is a bigger game just around the corner, and the bigger game is none other than against Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final.

His wonderful run has already seen him raise the English top-flight bar by becoming the first player to be named Player of the Month on three occasions. He has also scored 11 in the Champions League and only netted 1 in the FA Cup.

No wonder Salah has such a deadly and expensive strike force when he has cheap players like Hegazi (£4.6m), Elneny (£4.2m) and Matic (£4.7m) in his team. As you can see we had a great season, now we are in the Champions League final and everyone is excited. Brighton being their last chance to do so.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane hasn't given up hope of catching Liverpool's Mohamed Salah in the race for the Premier League Golden Boot.

Something else the Egypt global is bossing is Fantasy Premier League.

Liverpool will be the only team going in to this game with something to lose.

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That result leaves them two points adrift with a -15 goal difference compared to the Merseysiders so they have to beat Newcastle and pray Brighton do them a favour by beating Liverpool at Anfield to snatch fourth.

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte said his future will be "more clear" in the next week, with the Italian boss uncertain about the club's post-season plans.

The Egypt global scored his 32nd goal in the Premier League as Liverpool coasted to a 4-0 victory over Brighton on Sunday afternoon.

Now placed fourth in the EPL standings, a draw against minnows Brighton on Sunday will assure Liverpool a spot in next season's Champions League.

A point at Anfield, where they have not lost all season, will effectively be enough for the Reds to secure a top-four spot due to their vastly superior goal difference to fifth-placed Chelsea. But not in the Champions League final.

And there was one line of thinking when Mane's injury news emerged. It is believed that he will not make an appearance on Sunday for the Reds. It is not the same injury. "It's a fresh problem".

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